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On Track to a Greener Future

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On Track to a Greener Future

Victorian builders and construction companies have been at the edge of their seats since the Victorian government proposed a $50-billion train line (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-28/melbourne-suburban-train-loop-promised-by-labor/10172184) to link Melbourne’s outer suburbs. The proposed train line will span from Cheltenham to Werribee for 90 kilometres, linking outer suburbs to each other and has been described as “the biggest public transport project in Australian history.” What does this mean for Melbourne? More business opportunities: Businesses a  ...read more

Crash Barriers Save Man’s Life

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Crash Barriers Save Man’s Life

A man walked away unscathed after losing control of his vehicle on the Western Freeway last week between Melton and Bacchus Marsh. Rescue crews who attended the scene of the incident credited the crash barriers, which are designed to avoid head-on and run-off crashes, for saving the man’s life. The Midland Highway is one of Victoria’s most dangerous country roads, claiming three lives, 10 serious injuries and 19 crashes between 2010-2015. The Victorian Government’s $450 million freeway safety installation rollout will be installed on 20 high-  ...read more

Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

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Black Ice, Cold Snap, Strong Winds

Road safety is a year-round issue (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/work-fatigue-and-driving-a-deadly-cocktail). Australians face a new set of obstacles when winter comes and, as we’re currently facing cold weather, rain and harsh winds, Australian Bollards want to make all Australians aware of the dangers we face on winter roads this season. ‘Black Ice’ is invisible and generally forms during the night time and early mornings. It is most commonly found on stretches of road that don’t get much sunlight. Black ice makes braking diffic  ...read more

Our Automatic Future

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Our Automatic Future

Trackless trams are just another technological jump for Australia to take in the search for safety and efficiency. They’ve been successfully tested in China and transport analyst professor Peter Newman has already spoken quite favourably regarding implementation of the concept in Australia. The trams would operate on ‘virtual tracks’ signalled by painted sensors along the road; a change which would be most welcome to replace outdated metal rails. Estimates suggest that it could cost around five million dollars per kilometre. As expensive as it may s  ...read more

Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

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Queen Victoria Market Upgrades

The City of Melbourne recently announced its charismatic Queen Victoria Market will be awarded with $250 million in upgrades over the next five years. The historical 140-year-old market is considered by many as the “heart of Melbourne” and is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. The façade in Vic Market's food hall will be restored and so will its iconic Victoria and Elizabeth Street terraces. In keeping its heritage though, City of Melbourne has promised there will “never be a supermarket or large franchise” to accom  ...read more

Melbourne Turning from Grey to Green

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Melbourne Turning from Grey to Green

The City of Melbourne plans to rip up ‘underperforming’ roads and to turn them into parks. First stop is Southbank Boulevard, which is set to become the city’s largest linear park and part of a large-scale upgrade at a cost of $15 million over three years. New gardens and open spaces will replace one kilometre of road from St Kilda Road to Crown Casino car park, said environment chair Arron Wood. Lord Mayor Robert Doyle said his plan to turn the City of Melbourne from “grey into green” will save his council millions in the long-run by priorit  ...read more

Malcolm Turnbull’s Train of Thought

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Malcolm Turnbull’s Train of Thought

Malcolm Turnbull has a vision for Melbourne which will see large employment hubs connected by a state-of-the-art train development initiative. The idea behind the train development initiative is one with significant merit behind it, connecting Australians with employment opportunity and in turn boosting our economy. Train station development of recent times has been impressive to say the least. Australian Handrails, an important division of the NJM Group, has been a part of the up and coming Mernda Rail extension. With state-of-the-art features such as elevated platforms,  ...read more

All Aboard! Hawkstowe Station on Track for Stunning Station Build

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All Aboard! Hawkstowe Station on Track for Stunning Station Build

As part of the Mernda railway extensions project, the Victorian Government has finely selected three stations to undergo a state-of-the-art revamp. In light of this decision; Australian Handrails, (http://www.australianhandrails.com.au/) an important division of the NJM Group has been contracted to install their high-quality products in the Hawkstowe Station space. NJM Group has been committed to the Government’s plans to revamp our states transport hubs with the promise to assist in building Hawkstowe Station through their quality handrails and architectural metal works.   ...read more

PDV Group’s sleek stainless steel handrails

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PDV Group’s sleek stainless steel handrails

The PDV Group in Preston has successfully collaborated with Australian Handrails to improve the safety for their staff and customers. We installed 304 grade stainless-steel handrails as well as balustrading at the entrance of the building to accompany the stairs and ramp access. The hand rails were custom designed and manufactured by our team to match our customer’s requirements. The mirror finish of the handrails along with sleek black balustrading and footing plates provided a clean, professional look to complement the black tones of the modern   ...read more

Providing for Australia’s Glass needs

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Providing for Australia’s Glass needs

You don’t have to look far to see how glass can be used to sophisticate the buildings we spend our time in. The Library at The Dock’s (http://www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/community/hubs-bookable-spaces/the-dock/Pages/the-dock.aspx) smart use of glass enhances the natural lightning, YVE’s luxurious glass facade apartments take urban living to another level. And we are all familiar with Federation Square’s signature buildings. Another exceptionally designed venue is Caribbean Business Park (http://www.australianbollards.com.au/blog/caribbean-park-an-inst  ...read more







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